This is the year 2013 and almost everyone has heard of a high definition television (HDTV); many people have even made the switch to the new technology. However, if you are sitting on the fence and need help deciding what works best for you, please read on.
Here are 5 things you need to keep in mind while buying a new HDTV set:
1 Check cost-energy consumption: It is of utmost importance that we leave as small a carbon footprint as possible, so buying a TV which does not consume much electricity is a must. It must also be able to adjust to the room light automatically.
2 Check mode: Make sure you are looking at the new TV in ‘home-use’ mode, as many outlets leave the screens with an output that is meant for a shop, rather than the soft lighting of a house.
3 Look for color depth: Have a look at the skin color you see on screen in the shop, if it matches the skin tone of people around you, then you are on the right track.
4. Check presets: Make sure that the new TV has a range of presets, this will allow you to be more flexible, as well as being able to customize your viewing experience.
5. Test Material: It is important to bring material and videos that you are familiar with, this will allow you to judge whether the new screen has good color and sound depth.